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Working with business owners in many different industries over the years, I’ve noticed that the most effective ones share certain beliefs about productivity.
When you sit down at your computer after a few hours of work, you may often find yourself digging into your laundry list of emails and then opening 12 browser windows as you meander throughout the Internet
According to a 2014 Gallup survey, the average person spends between 40 and 50 hours a week at work.
Efficiency is a buzzword often bandied about in the office, but what does it actually mean and why is it so important?
Whether your business is a startup or large corporation, you need at least a few superstars who can get things done, despite all the challenges and distractions in the world today.
The amount of time we have available every day is limited.Not every entrepreneur can put in 18-hour days -- personal obligations and family life take up time, making it important that we maximize the time we do have allocated for business.
When you manage a startup, days can fill up fast. And as the company changes, so will your role as CEO.
Drip, drip, drip...you can almost hear the seconds of your life ticking away, like a leaky faucet dripping drops of water
Oxford, Cambridge, London, Reading and Aberdeen are ranked among the top 10 British cities for productivity, jobs growth and average earnings, according to the Centre for Cities’ Small Business Outlook 2015.
Beginning with his first novel in 1847, Anthony Trollope wrote at an incredible pace.